Monthly Archives: March 2011

CONCERNS OF A RAPIDLY DRYING UP SPECIES

The Forest Sanctuary is one of the most beautiful sceneries in Kenya. Just after entry to the main gate the view of the indigenous and the scenic beauty of the forest welcomes you. It is unique to the eyes. It is a habitat for the birds and other animals and a place where one can […]

At last, some work on the Cemetery Road

Last year on our blog, we highlighted on the delapitated state of the Cemetery Road. The road leads to the Ngong Forest Sanctuary main gate where major facilities are located. It also passes through Kibera and joins the major busy Ngong Road at Nakumatt Prestige. During the peak hours, the Cemetery Road is usually very […]

ONE MORE VANDAL NABBED

My phone alarm went off at 0255hrs. It was about time we went for our random fence patrol in order to combat the fence and post vandalism that has been going on for a long time leaving part of the Sanctuary partially fenced. This is after loosing more than half of the 21Km fence that […]

THE FOREST FUN RUN DAY

The awaited forest fun run and cycle event finally had come as Ngong Road Forest Sanctuary together with H&A Sports had anticipated. The trails well cleared, marked and directions legibly indicated. Participants turned out in large numbers as early as 6.30 a.m! That is how much they were looking forward to this event. They came […]